Richard Barbecho ’19 is this year’s winner of the Andrew L. Kaufman Pro Bono Service Award, granted each year in honor of Professor Andrew Kaufman, who spearheaded the pro bono requirement at Harvard Law School.
Harvard Law scholars are weighing in on recent decisions made by the White House, the Department of Justice and Congress that mark a significant escalation in the protracted conflict over the Mueller report.
Addressing the Harvard Law School graduating class, former Dean Martha Minow focused on the art of asking good questions—a talent she told the students would be key to their work in the future, and a skill that they should ‘cherish and cultivate.’
The Harvard Law School mock trial team of Kaitlyn Beck ’19, Tiffany Li ’21, Rahul Garabadu ’19, and Jillian Tancil ’19 competed at the National Student Trial Advocacy Competition April 11-14 in Philadelphia, PA.
A team of students from Harvard Law School’s World Trade Organization won the North American Round of the John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition. The competition took place in Washington D.C., on April 10 to 14.